| Documentary, Biography, Drama
A drama about a young woman's visit to the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. The film tells the story of the exposition, as imagined through the eyes of a visitor.
Reyna Belasco Rosenthal (1895-1976) was the niece of famed Broadway playwright and producer David Belasco. Her father was David's brother Solomon Belasco. She was one of several female members of the Belasco family named after their grandmother Reyna.
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Reyna Belasco Rosenthal: May I tell you something, Mr. Park? As some of us grow older, we start to lose our voice. We give away our independence and begin to rely on the decisions ...